10 January 2022
25 February 2020
As the National Portrait Gallery prepares for its long sleep – three years with its doors firmly shut – it is not surprising to find it playing host to a major show of work by David Hockney.
12 November 2018
In Praise of the Art Shop – Marina Vaizey looks back on 50 years of the Annely Juda gallery.
11 July 2016
Sly and obliquely, but also unmistakably, another Hockney show currently available in London, this time at Annely Juda Fine Art, the artist’s regular dealer, casts doubt on the proposition the Royal Academy exhibition of his recent portraits seems determined to put forward, which is that nothing can match a figurative painting made when directly confronting the subject, with no technology to modify […]
12 September 2014
Annely Juda Fine Art presents ‘Anthony Caro – The Last Sculptures’, the final series of works created by Sir Anthony Caro in the two years before his death in 2013, at the grand old age of 89, having practised his art consistently into his late 80s. The Artist was renowned as a ’60s radical’ in […]
14 May 2013
Leon Kossoff is quoted as saying: “London is in my bloodstream. It is always moving – the skies, the streets, the buildings. The people who walk past me when I draw become part of my life”. Entering the space at Annely Juda for his much-anticipated retrospective on this theme, one is met by a pulsating, […]